Live Security Professional Rogue



Live Security Professional is a rogue anti-virus program that displays warnings related to security threats that it has detected on your computer. It performs fake anti-malware scans and then afterwards it offers to remove the detected threats, but only if you register it. The threats that it detects on your computer are completely fake and should be ignored. This rogue program should not be purchased or registered under any circumstances. Purchasing a license for this fake program would place your personal and credit card data at great risk.

Live Security Professional spreads through malicious websites that exploit various operating system and software vulnerabilities. It may also be unintentionally installed by unsuspecting web site visitors clicking on fake online scanner warnings that may state that infected files have been detected on their systems. And for the user to click on the pop up ad to remove the detected threats by installing Live Security Professional.

Once this rogue anti-virus has been installed, it makes configuration changes so that it starts each time a user logs into their Windows account. Once it starts, it will perform a quick scan and then display numerous security threat results that are all fake.

Possible Registration Code: F9292-QRT38-U9291-29291-3923F


Tools needed to remove the rogue antivirus


How to remove Live Security Professional from your computer


  1. Start off by restarting your computer into "Safe Mode with Networking".














  1. Once you've logged into your account, download the two utilities that are listed above in an easily accessible location.
  2. Once the files are downloaded, execute the copy of "Rkill" by clicking on it's executable. It will terminate any malicious processes that it detects in your computer's memory. It will also undo many of the configuration changes that were made by Live Security Professional.
















  1. After "Rkill" has completed it's operation, decompress the Emsisoft Emergency Kit by clicking on it's executable.
  2. Extract the kit to an easily accessible location.
  3. After the Emsisoft Emergency Kit has been extracted, start it by clicking on "Start.exe" in it's containing folder.
  4. Next, click on "Emergency Kit Scanner.

















  1. Next, update the kit's definitions by clicking on "Update Now".



















  1. After the kit has been updated, perform a deep scan of your computer.


















  1. After the scan completes, remove any malicious files that it indicates are on your computer.
  2. Next, reboot your computer normally.


At this point your computer should be free of the Live Security Professional infection. Make sure that you have a dependable anti-virus utility installed afterwards to prevent future security threats from compromising your computer.



Smith Technical Resources makes no guarantees or claims that the information contained in this article will help you completely remove the above listed malicious program(s) from your computer.  There are several variations of each particular virus in the wild . And the procedure listed above may not be adequate for the specific version of the virus that your computer has been compromised by.

If you feel uncomfortable performing any of the procedures that we've listed on this page, please contact a professional computer repair company in your area and have them complete the needed repairs on your computer. Smith Technical Resources takes no responsibility for any possible damage that could result from your use of the above instructions.


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